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Ghost Whisperer Episode: "A Vicious Cycle"

Season 2, Episode 7
Episode Synopsis: Melinda encounters the spirit of a woman (Bess Wohl) who died in a snowstorm 20 years ago after her car slid off a road in a heavily wooded area. The woman wants Melinda's help in finding her young daughter, who was in the car with her on the night of the accident.
Original Air Date: Nov 3, 2006
Guest Cast Scott Holroyd: Todd Kern Robert Curtis Brown: Brad Fowler John Nielson: Andy Rieser Lindy Booth: Lane Fowler Elizabeth Bennett: Mom
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Season 2, Episode 7
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November 3, 2006: Don't You Forget About Me Season 2, Episode 7

The Deep Tonight's episode made me cry. I found the themes particularly sensitive, so this week's ghost story struck some chords with this viewer. The "sins of the father" impacting a family like a generational curse is particularly profound and a topic that can never be explored too deeply or conveyed too urgently. The bond between Mama Ghost and Lanie also came as a surprise: they both found the courage to "leave him." Studies on abusive relationships over the years have proven that leaving isn't as easy as one would think, but it can be done. It must be done. I love that this episode showed that it can be done. Pretty deep stuff for spooky television. The Creeps Speaking of spooky television, should I take a poll to see how many of us find dolls thoroughly creeptastic? OK, all those who feel permanently scarred by every creepy doll ever flashed on a screen, raise your hand. "Me!" Had I been in Lanie's haunted shoes, I would have preferred a baby blanket as a token of Mama Ghost's love. But that's just me, I guess. I know, I know, I'm a wimp! The Shallow I'm only commenting on "the girls" (yes, you know of which "girls" I speak) because they are it is a recurring topic among Ghost Whisperer critics and fans... and probably the cast, too. I felt like tonight was a low-cleavage night. Low as in "not as much," not low as in, "Hello!" Can I get a witness? I do understand what you wonderful Ghost commenters mean as you discuss her eyelashes, though. Jennifer, you are a natural doe-eyed babe; we would love you in a burlap sack sans the falsies (lashes, people, I'm talking about the eyelashes). The Omen We all love Jim, so I'm sure I'm not the only one alarmed (pun intended) by the fiery previews of next week's episode. I really hope that we don't lose Jim to November sweeps. I'm already afraid to look. show less
The DeepTonight's episode made me cry. I found the themes particularly sensitive, so this week's ghost story struck some chords with this viewer.The "sins of the father" impacting a family like a generational curse is particularly profound and a topic that can never be explored too deeply or conveyed too urgently. The bond between Mama Ghost and Lanie also came as a surprise: they both found the courage to "leave him." Studies on abusive relationships over the years have proven that leaving isn't as easy as one would think, but it can be done. It must be done. I love that this episode showed that it can be done. Pretty deep stuff for spooky television. The CreepsSpeaking of spooky television, should I take a poll to see how many of us find dolls thoroughly creeptastic? OK, all those who feel permanently scarred by every creepy doll ever flashed on a screen, raise your hand. "Me!" Had I been in Lanie's haunted shoes, I would have preferred a baby blanket as a token of Mama Ghost's lo... read more

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Premiered: September 23, 2005, on CBS
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: Newlywed Melinda Gordon tries to help the dead communicate with loved ones, 'but sometimes the messages she receives are intense and confusing.' Most of Melinda's efforts involve resolving conflicts that are preventing the spirits from passing over. The sentimental drama is 'inspired by the work of medium James Van Praagh.'

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